Baby Your Family’s Skin with Baby Mantra 3-in-1 Body Wash

baby-mantra-1It was one of those days. You know the kind: No naps, too much candy (I know, bad mommy!), and not enough time in the day to get everything done. As my son is running amok, I’m going crazy and, frankly, counting down to bedtime. The only thing that could have corrected this situation – save for a sedative or a power outage – was a nice, warm bubble bath. (Not for me, although, yes, one would have been nice; I was referring to the kids.) The time couldn’t have been more perfect to try Baby Mantra’s 3-in-1 Baby Bubble Bath, Shampoo & Body Wash.

Baby Mantra products are all-natural and made of only organic ingredients. Their 3-in-1 Baby Bubble Bath, Shampoo & Body Wash is not only chemical free, it is also cruelty, dye, and toxin free. It was designed with babies and children in mind, but is suitable for the entire family.

Some background on me and soap products: I am extremely picky about what I buy for our family. All of us have varying degrees of dry skin – and I have eczema. Several years ago, I stopped buying any soap that contains sulfates, a pledge that I became even more diligent about keeping when we had our children. The initial drawback one discovers upon using sulfate-free products, however, is that they don’t lather well in comparison to soaps that contain sulfates because sulfates are indeed what make the bubbles. (Sulfate, in essence, is a detergent.) But the first thing I noticed about Baby Mantra’s product is that, hands-down, it is the best lathering bubble bath of all the sulfate-free brands I’ve tried.

Aside from lathering, I have four additional qualities I look for in my children’s bath products: performance, scent, consistency, and whether the formula is tear-free. Here’s how Baby Mantra measures up:

Performance: Bathing two kids under three simultaneously is a feat in and of itself, which is why I tend to only buy 3-in-1 bathing products; using a separate shampoo, bubble bath, and body wash isn’t worth the hassle. In this category, I give five stars.

Scent: The light lavender aroma of this product is pleasant and soothing. Again, five stars.

Consistency: Another big issue I have with sulfate-free products is that they tend to feel thin and watered-down, which leads you to use more product, thereby blowing through the bottle at lightning speed, which really adds up dollar-wise, particularly when sulfate-free products cost more to begin with. I give Baby Mantra another set of five stars here, particularly because our bottle of Baby Mantra lasted us a good three months.

Tear-free: This is the only area where Baby Mantra falls short in that the directions on the back of the bottle plainly state to “avoid eye area.” But I deem this a small shortcoming, considering how well this product performs overall.

This product is a keeper. Yes, it costs a bit more(12oz/$15.95), but this is a prime example of you get what you pay for. I think my children’s skin is worth it. Visit Baby Mantra online at babymantra.com


Courtney Conover is an NFL football wife and mother of two. She writes about everything on her lifestyle blog, The Brown Girl with Long Hair.———————————————————————————————————————————————————————
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Comments

  1. sounds like a great product! are sulfates only harmful if you have skin issues or is it good to stay away from sulfates in general?

  2. Hi, Annie!

    While sulfates do aggravate those with skin problems more, I’m sure, sodium lauryl sulfate can be particularly harmful to everyone. When you get a moment, pull up yahoo.com and conduct a search for “sodium lauryl sulfate” and see what comes up. SLS is basically detergent– and a strong one, at that.

    Thank you so very much for reading…and commenting.

  3. Clarissa says:

    That isn’t too expensive for a product that does all three

  4. Hi, Clarissa! While I tend to agree about the price being worth it because there is quite a lot of value in this product, I know that 16 bucks is 16 bucks, and depending on one’s current financial situation, well, it might be kind of a big nut to crack.

    Still, having used this product, I stand by its effectiveness. :-)

    Thank you for taking the time to comment.

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